Ali Harter

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Ali Harter
Birth name Ali Harter
Born (1984-06-20) 20 June 1984 (age 30)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.A.
Genres Country, folk, roots, rock, indie
Occupation(s) musician, songwriter
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1998–present
Website www.aliharter.com

Ali Harter (born June 20, 1984) is an American singer/songwriter from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She has played in several bands, but primarily as a solo musician for over twelve years. Harter is a veteran of the national and international music scene.

Ali has joined up with WARM Music/Big Green Bamboo, a European publishing company, which has given her an opportunity to explore the commercial side of the music industry. Ali has begun writing and recording original music for television add campaigns. Ali has also brought in Cory Allen as her publicist, who is known for his work with controversial sculptor Daniel Edwards.

Collaborations[edit]

Ali can also be heard collaborating on the new Wax Tailor album, available in September 2009, on the first single, which she co-wrote with Wax Tailor and New Orleans' 'Voice', titled, ‘This Train'.

Touring[edit]

Ali has been fortunate enough to share the stage with such acts as: John Mayall, Meg & Dia, Magnolia Electric Co., Steel Train, Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, War of Ages, Flee the Seen, and has shared festival billing with the likes of The Flaming Lips, Leon Russell, Ben Harper, Tori Amos, PJ Harvey, Amos Lee, Limbeck, The Black Crowes, Cake, Damone as well as many others.

On Mar 4th, 2010, two songs from Harter's 2007 album Worry the Bone were featured on the popular ABC prime-time drama Grey's Anatomy. The songs You Can Keep'Em and Untitled No. 3 were featured on episode 16 Perfect Little Accident of Season 6.[1]

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2 Songs from Choctaw's Ali Harter featured in 'Grey's Anatomy' Tonight". NewsOK (The Oklahoman). 2010-03-04. Retrieved 2010-03-04. 

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